AIR POLLUTION

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Formaldehyde 

Also known as formalin, molecular formula: CH2O, HCHO

Most commonly in newly decorated indoor spaces, adhesives are widely used in furniture, paint, leather goods, soft bags, mattresses, wooden cabinets, etc., so formaldehyde will be released for a long time, up to more than ten years.

 

Formaldehyde has an irritating effect on the skin and mucous membranes, such as the throat and eyes and nasal cavities, causing edema, inflammation, ulceration, and even serious lesions such as nasopharyngeal cancer. Skin that has been in contact with formaldehyde may appear allergic, and in severe cases it may even occur. Lead to hepatitis, pneumonia and kidney damage, immune function abnormalities, etc., long-term exposure to low-dose formaldehyde can cause chronic respiratory diseases, nasopharyngeal cancer, colon cancer, brain cancer, menstrual disorders, and gene mutations in the cell nucleus.

 

The harm to pregnant women of infants and young children is more serious, which can cause the fetus to stop growth and development during pregnancy, and the development of the heart and brain is not complete. In severe cases, it can lead to serious consequences such as fetal malformation and miscarriage.

 

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Virus

Wherever there is life, there is a virus. It is a non-cellular form composed of a nucleic acid molecule (DNA or RNA) and protein. It is a kind of organism, unable to exhibit life phenomena on its own. Organic species between living organisms. Viruses vary in shape and size. Most viruses cannot be observed under an optical microscope. Scanning or transmission electron microscopes are the main tools to observe the morphology of virus particles.

 

There are many kinds of human diseases caused by viruses. General diseases such as colds, flu, chickenpox, etc. Severe diseases such as smallpox, AIDS, SARS, avian influenza and severe special infectious pneumonia, etc., and some diseases may be caused by viruses.

 

Viruses are also one of the causes of cancer. Not all viral infections cause protective immune responses. Therefore, it can damage the body’s immune system. Therefore, some deadly viruses are very scary. Severe ones can lead to death. Some viruses will cause death after the incubation period. There is a "contagious period" during which infected individuals can infect individuals with the virus. COVID-19 is an infectious disease. Up to October 2020, more than 37 million people worldwide have been infected with more than 1.1 million deaths.

 

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Bacteria

Bacteria are unicellular organism body which the outermost layer of the cell wall structure. Inward, the cell membrane, cytoplasm, and nucleus are in sequence. Some bacteria also have special structures such as capsules, spores, and flagella. Some super bacteria refer to bacteria that are resistant to multiple antibiotics, also known as "multi-drug resistant bacteria". Such bacteria have a strong resistance to antibiotics and can avoid the danger of being killed.

 

Bacteria are the pathogens of many diseases. They can spread diseases between normal human bodies through various means, such as contact, digestive tract, respiratory tract, insect bites, etc., and are highly infectious. It can also cause tetanus, typhoid fever, pneumonia, syphilis, food Poisoning, cholera, even tuberculosis.

 

Bacterial infections are acute systemic infections caused by pathogenic bacteria or conditional pathogens that invade the blood circulation to grow and multiply, produce toxins and other metabolites, especially the elderly, children, people with chronic diseases or weakened immune function, and the treatment is not timely and there are complications that can develop into sepsis.

 

 

The source of indoor air pollutants?

Indoor air pollution mainly comes from a variety of decorative materials and furniture: such as plywood, blockboard and other man-made boards; paint, organic solvents, building materials and living and office supplies, as well as various other decorative materials, such as wall coverings, coated paper, chemical fiber carpet, foam plastic, paint, ink, photocopier, printer, etc.

Will there be air pollution without smelling too much gas?

Air pollution can be analyzed by smelling the smell, and some harmful gases are colorless and tasteless.

What is the hazard of excessive indoor air formaldehyde?

When the formaldehyde content in indoor air is 0.2mg/m3, people will have peculiar smell and discomfort; when it reaches 0.3mg/m3, it can stimulate eyes and cause tearing; when it reaches 0.5mg/m3, it can cause throat discomfort or pain; High levels can cause nausea, vomiting, coughing, chest tightness, asthma and even emphysema; when the content of formaldehyde in the air reaches 30mg/m3, it can cause death immediately. Long-term exposure to low-dose formaldehyde can cause chronic respiratory diseases, women's menstrual disorders, pregnancy syndrome, lower newborn physique, chromosomal abnormalities, and even nasopharyngeal cancer. High concentrations of formaldehyde are toxic to the nervous system, immune system, liver, etc., and can also cause malformations and carcinogenesis.

What are formaldehyde and benzene series?

Formaldehyde is a colorless gas with a strong pungent odor. Easily soluble in water, alcohol and ether. Formaldehyde is gaseous at room temperature and usually appears as an aqueous solution. Easily soluble in water and ethanol, also known as formalin.

Benzene and benzene series are colorless, light yellow, transparent oily liquids, with strong aromatic gas, volatile as vapor, flammable and poisonous. Toluene and xylene are homologues of benzene, which are all coal tar fractionation or petroleum cracking products. At present, toluene and xylene are often used in indoor decoration instead of pure benzene as solvents or thinners for various glue paint coatings and waterproof materials. At present, benzene compounds have been identified as strong carcinogens by the World Health Organization.

Will indoor formaldehyde concentration change?

Formaldehyde is a volatile gas. When the temperature increases by 1 degree, the concentration of formaldehyde increases by 0.15-0.37 times. The boiling point of formaldehyde is 19°C. When the indoor temperature is 30°C, the formaldehyde emission is the highest. Summer is the season when formaldehyde is rampant, especially in humid days. High temperature and humidity are most likely to promote formaldehyde volatilization.

Is the common sense question necessarily correct for removing formaldehyde by ventilation?

Formaldehyde exists in three states: free state, adsorbed state, and bound state. Only the volatilized formaldehyde can be eliminated by ventilation. Studies have shown that the release period of indoor formaldehyde is generally 3-15 years, which means that after decoration, it cannot be completely removed after ventilation

What are the typical symptoms of excessive formaldehyde?
  1. When you get up early every morning, you feel bored, nauseated, and even dizzy.
  2. People often catch colds at home.
  3. Although you do not smoke, you often feel uncomfortable in my throat, foreign body sensation, and poor breathing.
  4. Children in the family often cough, sneeze, and weaken immunity.
  5. People in the family often suffer from allergies and other problems, and they occur in groups.
  6. The family members share a disease, and after leaving this environment, the symptoms have changed and improved significantly.
  7. The newlyweds were infertile for a long time, and the cause could not be found.
  8. Pregnant women find fetal malformations under normal pregnancy.
  9. In a newly moved or newly renovated house, indoor plants are not easy to survive, and the leaves are easy to turn yellow and wither.
  10. After the new move, domestic cats, dogs and even tropical fish died somehow.
What is an air catalyst?

TX-5 air catalyst is a kind of air catalyst developed by nanotechnology. It is specially used in the treatment of air pollution. Its structure is composed of air + catalyst (catalyst). The catalyst has ultra-nano micromolecules with strong oxidation ability. The conduction band electrons and pores generated by the air catalyst after being excited by the air. These electrons and pores react with the water and oxygen adsorbed on its surface to produce hydroxide radicals (OH) with strong oxidizing ability, which can interact with harmful substances in the air (formaldehyde, ammonia, benzene, nitrogen oxides, sulfur oxides, VOCs, etc.) cause oxidation-reduction reactions and decompose organic pollutants into pollution-free carbon dioxide and water. At the same time, the air catalyst also has the functions of antibacterial, sterilization, deodorization, antifouling, hydrophilicity, and UV protection.

How long can the effect of air catalyst purification last?

Generally, air catalyst is called semi-permanent purification material. As the catalyst itself, air catalyst does not directly participate in the reaction, does not volatilize, and does not decompose. As long as a certain temperature, air and humidity can exert its effect, it can play a role for a long time. Generally, more than ten years.

Why can it be sterilized and deodorized?

Most of the daily odors are caused by bacteria and fungi. The porous film formed after the air catalyst sprays will concentrate the bacteria and fungi in the air in the small holes, and repeat the oxidation-reduction reaction to decompose these materials to achieve sterilization and deodorization.

What are the outstanding features of the product?

It has powerful antibacterial and antibacterial effects, and the highest sterilization rate can reach 99.999%.

Scope of application? Can it deodorize?

Applicable to skin, clothes, shoes, toys, garbage, toilet and other surfaces. Can effectively remove smoke, sweat, excretion, pet, musty and other common odors.

What types of viruses and bacteria can be removed?

Common viruses such as H1N1/H7N1 influenza A virus, H5N1 avian influenza virus, Noro virus, HSV herpes simplex virus. Escherichia coli, Staphylococcus aureus, Haemophilus, Black mold, Listeria, Streptococcus pneumoniae, Salmonella, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Candida albicans and other dozens to hundreds of common bacteria.

What is the principle of anti-virus and anti-bacteria?

TX-5 products are extremely easy to penetrate into the cells and undergo oxidation reactions, causing bacteria to lose activity, die or cannot reproduce. It can penetrate the lipid mantle and protein shell, destroy the virus core (DNA/RNA), and cause its death.

Is the product safe?

Products have MSDS chemical safety, non-toxic human inhalation, skin contact, mucous membrane testing. The dose is harmless to humans and pets. 

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